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A Vietnamese Mossy Frog which will smash your face in if you look at it wrong.
(c) BBC.'19Russian scientists tracking migrating eagles ran out of money after some of the birds flew to Iran and Pakistan and their SMS transmitters drew huge data roaming charges.
After learning of the team's dilemma, Russian mobile phone operator Megafon offered to cancel the debt and put the project on a special, cheaper tariff.
The team had started crowdfunding on social media to pay off the bills.
The birds left from southern Russia and Kazakhstan.
The journey of one steppe eagle, called Min, was particularly expensive, as it flew to Iran from Kazakhstan.
Min accumulated SMS messages to send during the summer in Kazakhstan, but it was out of range of the mobile network. Unexpectedly the eagle flew straight to Iran, where it sent the huge backlog of messages.
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SOURCE (WITH VIDEO): https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2019/1...ighter-sets-couch-on-fire/1031572284334/?sl=4Puppy chewing on lighter sets couch on fire
An Australian woman's home security camera captured the moment her 10-month-old puppy decided to use a lighter as a chew toy and ended up starting a fire.
Dee Borkowski shared security camera footage from her Melbourne home showing Archie, a French bulldog/Boston Terrier mix, chewing on a lighter on her living room couch.
After a few moments, the lighter ignites and the couch bursts into flames.
Borkowski said she saw the flames on CCTV when she checked on Archie and alerted the fire department to extinguish the blaze.
She said the fire didn't spread to any other apartments, but her unit sustained thousands of dollars worth of damage. ...
SOURCE (With Video of Scene & Owner Interview):Florida dog knocks car into reverse, drives in circles for an hour
Residents of a Florida neighborhood said a car that drove in circles in reverse for about an hour only had a single occupant -- a dog.
Police said the driver of the car in Port St. Lucie had gotten out and left the vehicle running, and the dog then apparently knocked the vehicle into reverse.
Neighbors said the car was moving for about an hour before police were able to stop it.
"First I thought I saw somebody backing up but then they kept going and I'm like OK what are they doing," Sabol told WPBF-TV. "The cops came and I'm like OK."
Police were able to enter a code to open a door, stop the car and rescue the dog.
Sabol said the car hit a mailbox, some garbage cans and some bricks in front of a home while the canine was behind the wheel.
"He was doing pretty good until he hit the mailbox. He went around for about an hour without hitting anything at all," Sabol told WPTV.
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